Archive: September 25 – October 3, 2011


  1. NOD teams up with the Office of Continuing Medical Education

    NOD and the Office of CME at East Carolina University have teamed up to provide CME credit to NOD users. Lectures will be available in 720pHD and through mobile devices. Stay tuned for further information including a few polls to gather your feedback before we launch live.

  2. NOD will be blogging and tweeting from Kidney Week 2011

    NOD will have live tweets and blogs from the 2011 Kidney Week Meetings in Philadelphia, PA. Visit NOD Blogs to read blog entries from the 2010 Renal Week Meetings in Denver, CO.
    [click here for 2010 blog]
    [click here to follow NOD on Twitter]

  3. NOD Blogs needs your input

    NOD Blogs are now open access and needs your input. We want to know what you think and how we can improve NOD Blogs for your learning. Use the link provided to complete a 1-minute survey.
    [click here for survey]


  1. 38th Annual AAKP National Convention

    NOD is proud to offer patients/family members free access to pertinent lectures conducted at the 38th Annual American Association of Kidney Patients (AAKP) Convention in Little Rock, AK. View these videos in 720pHD and ask your questions using NOD’s anonymous Discussion Board.
    [click here for videos]
    [click here for the Discussion Board]

  2. New Perspective: Nephrologists in humanitarian relief work: My two cents

    Dr. Guillermo Hidalgo briefly discusses how nephrologists can play key roles in humanitarian relief work, with a short reflection of his efforts during the Haitian earthquake aftermath.
    [click here]

  3. Management of Diabetes and Hyperglycemia in CKD/ESRD patients

    A thorough review of the complicated management of inpatient diabetes and hyperglycemia. Special attention is made to the unique challenges in caring for patients with CKD and ESRD. A review of the insulin-sensitivity index is conducted as well.
    [click here]

  4. New Perspective: Help Wanted. Inquire Within

    A new Perspective about the patient education and the roles that providers and patients must play is now available for your review.
    [click here]


    No new updates for this issue.


  1. The Cardio-Renal Syndrome
    [teaching resource]

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